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The prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in dairy cattle and buffaloes of Bangalore and Kolar districts of Karnataka, India, was studied based on examination of 7458 faecal samples, 6131 from cattle and 1327 from buffaloes. A 36.25 and 42.12% infection rate was observed in cattle and buffaloes...

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Jagannath, M. S.; D'Souza, P. E.; Rahman, S. A.
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Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 1989, 23, 1, pp 78-81
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Muraleedharan, K.; Ziauddin, K. S.; Seshadri, S. J.
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Cheiron, 1991, 20, 4/5, pp 136-137
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A survey of gastrointestinal parasites occurring in dairy cattle and buffaloes in Bangalore and the Mysore Milk Unions of KDDC Project area covering 4 districts of India, was undertaken. The 6726 and 2321 faecal samples screened from cattle and buffaloes revealed 30.01 and 29.59% and 32.81 and...

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Jagannath, M. S.; D'Souza, P. E.; Rahman, S. A.
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Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 1988, 22, 1, pp 91-96
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Parasites were found in the faeces of 4335 (64.87%) of 6569 cattle and 1697 (69.54%) of 2459 buffaloes in the Mysore and Mandya districts in Karnataka, India. Mixed infections of Paramphistomidae and Fasciola, followed by Paramphistomidae and Buxtonella were the most common. Prevalence was...

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D'Souza, P. E.; Jagannath, M. S.; Abdul Rahman, S.
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Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 1988, 58, 7, pp 748-752
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395 calves, lactating, non-lactating and pregnant cows and buffaloes in 4 villages in the state of Bangalore, India, were treated for strongyle infection with oral tetramisole (15 mg/kg body weight) and the effect assessed by comparing pre-treatment and post-treatment faecal egg counts. Eighty...

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Jagannath, M. S.; D'Souza, P. E.; Rahman, S. A.
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Current Research - University of Agricultural Sciences (Bangalore), 1988, 17, 7, pp 95-97
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In Karnataka, India, 30 sheep and 100 cattle (including calves, lactating, non lactating and pregnant animals) were successfully treated with niclosamide at a dose of 100 mg/kg body weight for cestodes of sheep and 120 mg/kg body weight for amphistome infections in cattle. Niclosamide was 100%...

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Rahman, A.; Jagannath, S.; Souza, P. D.
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Livestock Adviser, 1985, 10, 4, pp 47-49
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The incidence of hydatidosis in cattle and buffaloes from the Karnataka region of India is reported to be 50.3% and 36.1% respectively. The transmission of the disease and its control are discussed.

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Rao, G. K.
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Livestock Adviser, 1985, 10, 11, pp 40-41
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Studies on the spatial and seasonal prevalence of gastro-intestinal parasites of cattle and buffaloes in dairy co-operatives of Mysore and Mandya districts (Karnataka State), India, were carried out. 15 934 faecal samples (11 082 from Mysore and 4852 from Mandya) were examined for cysts and/or ova. ...

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Muraleedharan, K.; Ziauddin, K. S.; Hussain, P. M.; Puttabyattappa, B.; Seshadri, S. J.
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Karnataka Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 1990, 3, 1&2, pp 92-97
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Aortas from 98 of 100 aged animals examined from a slaughterhouse in Bangalore, India, had lesions caused by Onchocerca armillata. Lesions were characterized as migratory tract (25 cases), intimal cystic elevation (20), intimal corrugation (9), nodular lesion (30) and aneurysm (14). Overlapping of...

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Nasseri, A. A.; Sastry, G. N. S.; Rajsekharan, D.
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Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, 1983, 7, pp 35-39
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Two cysts 7 cm across were found in the placenta of a 6-year-old cow in Bangalore, India. The cysts contained clear fluid and scolices of C. cerebralis.

Author(s)
Thimmaiah, M.; Jagannath, M. S.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1982, 59, 10, pp 824-825

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